Clardy Manufacturing Co. has a new Underwriters-Laboratory-listed Alpha 134a system for recovery and recycling of air conditioning refrigerant. The unit has a 50-lb. Department-of-Transportation-approved recovery tank that automatically shuts off when full, one-button operation and control-panel-mounted indicators signaling ``tank full'' and ``change filter'' conditions.
It may be configured to operate on U.S. standard 120-volt AC or international standard 220-volt AC, 50-hertz electrical service.
Contact: Clardy Manufacturing Co., Dept. TB, 1728 Layton Ave., Fort Worth, Texas 76117; (800) 433-7648 or (817) 834-2266.
Rear wheel adjusters
Ingalls Alignment Products says the four part numbers in ``The Max,'' a new line of rear-wheel adjusters, replace up to 108 single-change shims and cover over 90 percent of rear-wheel alignments.
Each unit is color-coded and is easily installed without requiring templates or breakouts, the company said.
Contact: Ingalls Alignment Products, Dept. TB, 34 Boston Court, Longmont, Colo. 80501; (800) 641-9795 or (303) 651-1297.
A/C leak detector
Robinair Division of SPX Corp.'s Model 16500 electronic leak detector uses corona-discharge technology to pinpoint air conditioning refrigerant leaks.
A sensitivity selection switch permits detection of various refrigerants, including R-12, R-22, R-500, R-502, R-134a and MP-39.
Contact: Robinair Division, SPX Corp., Dept. TB, Robinair Way, Montpelier, Ohio 43543; (419) 485-5561. Fax: (419) 485-8300.